A large check made out in my name for $750,000. I could pay off our house, pay off my husband's son's student loan, give money to my daughter to spend a year doing nothing but going on auditions and getting her screen play produced, get a hard cover version of my ebook printed, start writing my memoir and stop getting interrupted by tasks to try to stay afloat, get help for improving our educational software and make our company turn a profit, take a screen writing class for a short story I have, have someone turn my children's ebook into a multi-media animated book, get some dental implants for myself, buy a house for my friend, give each of our family members and some friends a few thousand each, and... oops, let's make that $1,000,000 check with my name.
If I can't have the gigantic sized check for $1,000,000, I'll take that path which meanders downhill where it then stretches out to the shimmering blue Pacific Ocean, just as it appears as we drive down the hill on Golden Lantern in Dana Point, CA.
A friend I haven't seen for years. Someone I could spend my life with. Maybe beyond the path is a home and your family, A dog, and your family and friends. I'm not sure if it's a path to heaven or a path to all you have ever dreamed of, It's a road to home. I love this image;
A little outdoor cafe that sells coffee or iced tea and that has pretty little tables with umbrellas (shield from the sun once one got past those trees). (I suppose my answer could have something to do with the fact that I've been getting back from a couple of serious leg injuries, so walking from "here to there" doesn't look all that appealing to me right now. Even so, though, if I pretend I'm back to "good as new" (as I will be soon) I'd still be looking for those pretty little tables with umbrellas.
Then again, if I weren't walking and were instead on a bike... I'd be hoping to find a little town/center with shops and businesses (and coffee shops with outdoor tables). (I'm not a big fan of "big stretches of nothing-but-grass-and-trees", and I certainly hope that wouldn't be the hike from a parking lot to the beach that I'd just driven to - or worse, someone's driveway! )
The end of the road.If you keep walking without knowing what to see and what to expect at the end of road, you will not be able to decide what you want to do next, whether to keep on walking or just stop.
Is this a figurative or literal question because it looks to me like a road, rather than a path. So to answer your question, if it's literal, with trees lined geometrically, I will find what the road signs say I will find. If it's figurative, then I would say, "Enjoy the journey".
Agree... just like life, it's the journey, rather than the destination, especially if you don't know what the destination is. If you don't enjoy the journey and the destination doesn't please you when you arrive, may God help you, LOL.
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